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JuiceBox 3.0

Light. Power. Heat.

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What is JuiceBox?

 
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Light and power

JuiceBox provides light and electrical power ("Juice!") to houseless Portlanders. This increases their ability to find jobs, stay involved in their communities, and more.

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Solar energy

We use high-efficiency, high-output 100W polycrystalline solar panels sourced from Grape Solar in Eugene, Oregon to charge JuiceBox's built-in Sealed Lead-Acid (SLA) 18 Amp-Hour battery. 

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Who are houseless people?

A houseless person, unlike a homeless person, is someone who lives in a safe, insulated shelter, but still lacks typical, modern necessities like electricity, electric light, and running water.

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wHERE ARE JUICEBOXES USED?

See the map below to find where JuiceBoxes are installed across Portland. 70+ JuiceBoxes are currently installed at Hazelnut Grove, the Kenton Women's Village, Dignity Village, Right 2 Dream Too, and Benson High School.

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WHAT'S NEXT?

So far this year, we have built 75 JuiceBoxes with funding from the Lexus EcoChallenge, Lloyd EcoDistrict, eBay, and many other supporters and private sponsors.  Please help us build 125 more JuiceBoxes this year and reach our goal of 200 JuiceBoxes by the end of 2018.

Learn more on the Donate page.